By Damian Fanelli
Sunday night, Eric Clapton kicked off a two-night stand at New York City’s Madison Square Garden. Below, you can check out three clips from the show, which also featured appearances by Jimmie Vaughan (who turned 66 this week) and Gary Clark Jr.
In the top clip, Clapton performs Cream’s “Sunshine of Your Love,” launching into a blistering solo at 2:26. He tackles Cream’s cover of Robert Johnson’s “Crossroads” in the middle video, with his guitar solo getting off the ground around 1:11. Below that, you’ll find a performance of Bo Diddley’s “Before You Accuse Me” (which Clapton recorded for Journeyman in 1989) with plenty of fretwork fireworks from Vaughan and Clark.
Clapton still has another nine live dates scheduled for 2017. You can see them all below.
Eric Clapton’s 2017 Live Dates
March 25 – Los Angeles @ The Forum
March 26 – Los Angeles @ The Forum
May 22 – London @ Royal Albert Hall
May 24 – London @ Royal Albert Hall
May 25 – London @ Royal Albert Hall
September 7 – New York @ Madison Square Garden
September 8 – New York @ Madison Square Garden
September 15 – Los Angeles @ The Forum
September 16 – Los Angeles @ The Forum